zondag, mei 14, 2006

 

MSF research

In preparation of my upcomming MSF masterclass I saw a couple of webcasts this weekend.

http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=91612#91612
David has some good points, esp. the micromanagement point and the lack of problems detections. I'm also reading his book now:
His website: http://www.agilemanagement.net
His webcast on msf4: http://www.agilemanagement.net/Articles/News/LeanThinkinginMSFv4.0Webc.html

http://www.microsoft.com/events/EventDetails.aspx?CMTYSvcSource=MSCOMMedia&Params=%7eCMTYDataSvcParams%5e%7earg+Name%3d%22ID%22+Value%3d%221032282340%22%2f%5e%7earg+Name%3d%22ProviderID%22+Value%3d%22A6B43178-497C-4225-BA42-DF595171F04C%22%2f%5e%7earg+Name%3d%22lang%22+Value%3d%22en%22%2f%5e%7earg+Name%3d%22cr%22+Value%3d%22US%22%2f%5e%7esParams%5e%7e%2fsParams%5e%7e%2fCMTYDataSvcParams%5e

http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?EventID=1032271408&EventCategory=3&culture=en-US&CountryCode=US


http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/teamsystem/msf/msfagile/
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/teamsystem/downloads/msf/default.aspx

let you know when i finished the book.

also on my wishlist:

The term "agile" is (mis)used a lot, here a good definition:

The word "agile" implies that something is flexible and responsive and in a Darwinian sense has an innate ability to cope with change. An agile species is said to be "genetically fit." By implication, Agile software development methods should be able to survive in an atmosphere of constant change and emerge with success.

http://www.agilemanifesto.org/default.htm.

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